With nearly 30 years of background in the commercial real estate industry, Brian brings a unique set of skills and experience to the Landlord Advisory group. While heading up Velocity’s Tucson office, Brian is also well-versed in all aspects of the Phoenix market, working with clients locally, regionally and nationally.
Brian possesses expansive knowledge of the market, and has extensive experience in successful negotiations. He is known for having the ability to understand both sides of the transaction to the benefit of all. He has a deep level of relationships garnered throughout his career, and is known for providing superior customer service.
As an Associate Broker in our Tucson branch office, Brian is able to lead the Landlord Advisory Services group within Velocity Retail to help expand our client reach with the ability to serve a broader group of clients.
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Southern California based Lure Fish House is expanding to the State of Arizona with their first location in the popular Shops at Gainey Village. Velocity Retail Group’s Darren Pitts, Morgan Danhoff and Bret Olson
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If you live in the Phoenix area, mark your calendars for November 5th. Nearly four years after Velocity Retail Group started working with ALDI on their Arizona market expansion, the first stores will open.
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Caliber Collision to Roll Out New Locations in Arizona Velocity Retail Group has been selected by Caliber Collision to expand their retail platform throughout the Arizona market. With over 1,100 state-of-the-art repair centers in
Tony Elliott2021-12-17T15:09:09-07:00March 9th, 2020|Comments Off on How Retail Change is Changing YOUR Cities
Velocity Retail Group hosted a Retail Briefing and Forecast event for dozens of municipal economic development personnel and clients. The event was geared toward exploring how cities, corporations and building owners can adapt as